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Born Again Khmer Rouge?

Born Again Khmer Rouge?

The Khmer Rouge? "Born again" Christians?

Becoming a "born again" Christian can save the KR from their past sins

and atrocities committed in Cambodia? It had to come to this. It is laughable. But

if it helps, by all means do it. Faking "feeling good" for the guilty-conscienced

KR is better than nothing at all, I suppose.

Do keep in mind that sins created by men (and women) of the KR organization can never

be erased, certainly not by becoming a Christian, not in this lifetime. It is simply

a false sense of security. There is no free lunch for sinners, especially the KR

kind. You have to pay the price for everything you do: then, now, and in the future,

both good and bad. Bad deeds will be rewarded accordingly, plus interest, of course.

One can't simply get away from it.

Either way, God will take the KR's soul and sell it to the highest bidder (the devil

in hell) if the evangelical preachers have not done so already with false promises

and sweet carrot sticks.

Hopefully, the KR will not once again murder innocent Khmer people in the name of

Jesus Christ or any other religion they fancy (including communism) in the future.

Ronnie Yimsut - Oregon, USA.

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